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Topic : Travel
Last Updated : 2020-05-16 11:01:37
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India is such a place where one can have a myriad of traveling experiences. One gets spoiled with solo traveling options all over India. In solo trips, one explores different parts of the world and gathers experience. Why solo trips are the most satisfying trips? On a solo trip, one gathers a lot of new experiences and the trip leaves a permanent mark of every traveler s heart. People who are seeking for peace and tranquility from the busy city crowd can opt for solo trips.

People discover themselves on solo trips. Traveler s personality gets tested on solo trips like their endurance, mindfulness, mental and physical strength, communication power, bravery, and fearlessness. Many companies offer different solo trip packages and the traveler himself decides which one to choose without caring about anyone's whims. They can plan their whole trip according to their own desire. This gives the traveler a great sense of responsibility, freedom, and adventure.

Because of these benefits, people opt for solo traveling. There are a lot of popular solo travel destinations in India. Some of them are mentioned below Rajasthan Rajasthan is a land of desert. There are some magnificent forts, mansions, palaces, and temples. The architectural designs of these constructions are very delicate. The grandeur of this place reminds one of the times of ancient Raja-Maharajas. People are mostly attracted by the rich culture and heritage of Rajasthan.

Goa Goa is the best solo traveling destination in India for the beginners. The sea beaches are the prime attraction of Goa. The hippie culture, nightlife, festivals, seafood, and water sports allure visitors from all around the world. One can also undertake a trek to the Dudhsagar waterfall to add a thrilling experience to their bucket.

Kerala Another name of Kerala is the country of God s. It is situated on the Malabar Coast in South India. The glittering lakes, high mountain peaks, parks, tea and coffee plantations are the main attractions of this place. Meditation, Ayurveda, and Yogas are widely practiced here. Ladakh Ladakh is the remotest region of India. It is surrounded by the Karakoram ranges and Himalayan mountains and offers the most beautiful landscapes in the world. The high mountain peaks change colour with the changing angle of the sun. Many treks to the highest passes of the world can be undertaken here.

Manali Manali is situated in the lap of Himalayas and on the bank of Beas River. Apart from its scenic beauty, the temples, monasteries, mansions, and palaces add to its cultural beauty. Manali is a great short escape from one s busy life. Darjeeling Darjeeling is a paradise for solo travelers. It has an altitude of 2,050 feet and offers some breathtaking views. One can witness the mesmerizing views of mountain Kanchenjunga from the hills.

Snow clad slopes, tea estates, colonial mansions, and churches are places worth visiting. What one should keep in mind on solo trips? Because people are traveling alone on solo tips, they have to be more careful to avoid any risk. Carrying extra money and clothes are important. Travelers should only carry essential items and avoid any extra baggage. If one keeps all these things in mind, solo traveling in India can be one's best traveling experience.

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